The Minsk-based events are anticipated to present modern equipment and technologies for generating and distributing electric and heat energy, automated systems, energy and resource saving technologies. The forum is designed to assist with the innovation-driven development of Belarus’ fuel and energy complex, encourage broader cooperation and the exchange of cutting-edge R&D products and projects.
Andrei Kobyakov, prime minister, Belarus, signed an executive order to set up the committee overseeing the organisation of the forum. The committee is to be led by Vladimir Semashko, deputy prime minister, Belarus.
Since the beginning, the event is said to have attracted leading Belarusian and foreign producers and vendors of equipment, technologies, and materials for power engineering, ecology, energy saving, and electric technology.